Date: 5 – 6 September 2023
Venue: Online (virtual)
Professor Ayami Nakaya
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hiroshima University (Confirmed speaker)
Professor David Pedder
Deputy Vice Chancellor – Academic; Professor of Education
Emirate College of Advanced Education ( Confirmed speaker)
Prof. Ardi Marwan
Education and Culture Attaché (Atdikbud) of the Indonesian Embassy in Berlin (Confirmed speaker)
Dr. Jo Ann Shek
National Institute of Education – English Language & Literature (Confirmed speaker)
The theme of the conference is
BUILDING A BETTER LIFE, HEALTH, AND WEALTH THROUGH INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND LIFELONG LITERACY IN THE POST-PANDEMIC ERA
UNDP report year 2021/2022 showed that Human Development Indices of many countries are declining due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This has caused issues such as learning loss and increased unemployment and poverty rates. Not to mention, health issues that are caused by the pandemic.
At the same time, there is a hope to cope with the learning loss, economics, and health issues. The government, the people, academicians, researchers, and experts should work as a team to build a better education and greater literacy programs for everyone. These could be the keys to achieving a better life not only the in the aspect of education but also the aspects of economics and health. Hopefully, countries in the world could gain higher human development indices.
This conference facilitates researchers from all over the world to present findings with regard to attempts to cope with challenges in teaching and learning activities, improvement in teaching and learning activities, and creating innovative literacy programs to build awareness of the importance of education, economics, and health for their life. In more detailed, the theme scope of this conference is stated below.
This third international conference is expecting broad themes with regard to improving the quality of education, economics, and health as follows:
Presentation and Publication
The 3rd International Conference on Literacy and Education invites experts, teachers, lecturers, researchers, and students to submit their abstracts and full papers to be presented in the conference.
Abstracts and full papers should be written in the English or Indonesian language. Peer review will take place to ensure the abstracts and manuscripts submitted are well-written, original, and relevant to the themes of the international conference.
Regarding the publication of the full papers, selected papers (as described above) will be published in the conference e-proceedings (ISBN) indexed by Garuda.
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